Piping & Repiping Services in Campbell
Reliable Pipe Installation in San Jose & Santa Clara County
When you need pipe installation or repiping, you can turn to the trusted professionals at Cupertino Plumbing. We can help you determine if you need to replace your pipes and recommend the best type of pipe for your home, such as copper, PEX, or PVC.
There are several reasons why a homeowner may decide to replace the pipes in a home. If you are buying an older home, you may want to have the pipes inspected to determine if they need to be replaced.
Other common reasons to replace piping are:
- Low water pressure
If the pipes are old or corroded, repiping is the best option. Older homes may have metal pipes, such as galvanized or cast iron, which can corrode and rust over time. Copper repiping is a popular choice for replacing old pipes.
Some homes have a plumbing system made of PEX (cross-linked polyethylene) pipes. PEX pipes are flexible, easy to install, and resistant to freezing temperatures. If you have a PEX plumbing system, you may only need to replace a section of pipe.
Call us at (408) 716-3448 or contact us online to learn more about how we can help you with repiping and pipe installation.
What Type of Piping Is Best for My Property?
Several types of pipes can be used for repiping. The best type of pipe for your home will depend on several factors, such as the age of the home, the type of plumbing system, and the water quality. A plumber can help you determine your home's best type of pipe.
Some of the most common types of pipes used for repiping include:
- Copper: Copper is a popular choice for repiping because it is durable, resistant to corrosion, and can withstand high temperatures. Copper pipes can last for decades and are an excellent investment for homeowners.
- PEX: PEX pipes are made of cross-linked polyethylene and are popular for repiping. PEX pipes are flexible, easy to install, and can be used with cold and hot water. PEX pipes are resistant to freezing and are a good choice for homes in cold climates.
- PVC: PVC (polyvinyl chloride) pipes are popular for repiping because they are affordable, easy to install, and corrosion-resistant. PVC pipes can be used for cold and hot water and are a good choice for homes with a tight budget.
- PE: PE (polyethylene) pipes are a good choice for repiping because they are flexible, easy to install, and corrosion-resistant. PE pipes can be used for cold and hot water and are a good choice for homes with a tight budget.
If you are unsure what type of pipe is best for your home, contact a professional plumber. A plumber can help you choose the best type of pipe for your home and provide you with a detailed estimate for repiping.
Give us a call today at (408) 716-3448 to schedule your free estimate for repiping and pipe installation.